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  1. Hours of Service Driver Training August 2008

  2. What the training covers: • Overview • Safety Features • A Day in the Life • Reference Materials © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  3. Overview Hours of Service (HOS) is a Qualcomm hosted system that produces electronic driver logs. These paperless logs are fully compliant with current Hours of Service regulations. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  4. Overview HOS sends a signal to the system at two points through the use of two triggers: • BOT: Beginning of Trip trigger • EOT: End of Trip trigger So…what triggers BOT and EOT? © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  5. Overview BOT signal is sent when the vehicle has moved 7/10 of a mile. EOT signal is sent when the vehicle is idle for 5 minutes. NOTE:You can manually change the status back to driving to prevent an erroneous EOT. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  6. Overview HOS automatically detects driving time using vehicle sensor data. Sensors are attached to the J-1708 data bus and the axle of the vehicle. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  7. Required Hardware and Firmware Mobile Application Server (MAS) firmware must be 10.18.07 or higher Satellite Data Modem (SDM) Remote Control Device (RCD) Media Display Unit (MDU) © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  8. Safety Features I’m not driving, so I this is a good time to use Hours of Service. Use Hours of Service only when the truck is stationary! © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  9. Safety Features Hours of Service When you are not moving, you can use all the functionality of the Hours of Service system. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  10. Safety Features Once you begin to move, the functionality disappears and is replaced with this DOT countdown clock. Hours of Service As a key safety feature, this is designed to minimize distractions to the driver when the truck is in motion. The time showing is the least amount of time before you are in violation of an Hours of Service rule. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  11. Safety Features Your company may however require screen blanking. Hours of Service If screen blanking is turned on, this is what you see whenever the vehicle is in motion. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  12. A Day in the Life of a Driver © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  13. Driver Login Type your assigned driver ID… and password. Select Active if you are to be the one driving first. Hours of Service When you’re done, touch OK. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  14. Driver Login On the Home Page, touch the HOS button to launch Hours of Service. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  15. View driver’s current status • Status is the page on top showing your current status and available time. • The header line shows the driver’s name, if they are active (green dot), the DOT date and DOT countdown clock for that driver. • You may see a message at the top of the data window. Hours of Service © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  16. View log update status Red text indicates a log update in process. Green text indicates an update pending approval. Hours of Service There is a log update pending approval © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  17. Change your duty status Select from the row of duty statuses (abbreviated). You can optionally add a comment in the Note entry box. Hours of Service OFF = Off Duty ON = On-Duty DRV = Driving SB = Sleeper Berth OFF DRV = Off Duty Driving When you are done, touch OK. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  18. Clock In and Clock Out Use these to account for time spent away from the truck. Clock in is for time spent away from the truck in the past. Hours of Service Clock Out is used for times you know that you’ll be away from the truck in the future but still working after logging out. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  19. Using Clock In Example: a driver meeting prior to arriving at your truck. First, type the time the event started. Hours of Service 08:00 Mandatory driver meeting from 8 – 9 AM Type a note if you like. When you’re done, touch OK. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  20. Summary of your activity Progress bars show time left for each HOS rule. Hours of Service You also see your current status, how far you’ve driven that day, and the DOT start of day for your terminal (typically midnight). © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  21. What you show an auditor The graph shows your duty status changes for the past 24 hours in a format most familiar to auditors. Hours of Service Use the arrow to scroll through previous days in your duty cycle. When you touch a bar on the graph… © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  22. What you show an auditor …you see the details for that duty status. Hours of Service Check the Show Info box to have the details remain visible. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  23. View the Day Log The Day Log tab shows duty status details for the past 24 hours. Hours of Service The green check mark indicates that the record was approved. The red exclamation point tells you that a system failure happened at the time of the activity. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  24. The 8-Days tab This shows the total miles driven, driving and on duty time for each day in the most recent duty cycle. Hours of Service 7-Days The tab label would be 7-Days for drivers with a 7 day duty cycle. If an auditor wants your logs faxed to his office, click the Fax button… © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  25. Fax logs to an auditor Type the fax number and the auditor’s name... Hours of Service …and touch Request. The info is processed and the logs are faxed. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  26. Approve log records If all unapproved records are accurate, touch Approve All. Hours of Service © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  27. Approve log records Confirm that you want to approve the logs by pressing Yes. Hours of Service © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  28. Edit logs If any records are not accurate, touch the Edit button. Hours of Service © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  29. A split status edit A simple edit 1. Select the correct duty status. 2. Type the reason for the change and touch OK. Hours of Service SB FORGOT TO CHANGE STATUS TO SB AT 12:00. However, if there were two duty statuses during this period, touch the scissors icon… © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  30. A split status edit 1. Select the first status and type when it ended. 2. Select the second status that covers the remaining time. Hours of Service SB ON 3. You MUST type a reason for the change. 4. Touch OK. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  31. Maintaining load information Use this tab to edit or create load details. Hours of Service Touch “New Load” to create a load. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  32. Create a new load On the New Load tab, type the load ID, a Bill of Lading number, and up to three trailer numbers (as applicable). Hours of Service 12367 MZA21343 MZA21344 When you are done, click OK. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  33. 12367 Viewing load history You can view a list of defined loads by touching the History button, as shown. Hours of Service © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  34. Viewing load history You see a list of previously defined loads. Hours of Service 6/17/2008 T132219 12588 MZA21344 6/16/2008 T130000 12346 MZA21344 6/15/2008 T128215 12053 MZA21344 6/14/2008 T128252 12053 MZA21344 6/13/2008 T128101 12053 MZA21344 6/12/2008 T128015 12053 MZA21344 When you are done, touch OK. © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  35. Viewing Carrier Information There is one last function on the Load tab…the Carrier button. Hours of Service 12367 © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  36. Viewing Carrier Information Here you view the address information for your company. Hours of Service © 2008 QUALCOMM Incorporated. External presentation to (audience), prepared by Qualcomm’s (presenters name) – Month Day, 2008.

  37. THE ENDQUESTIONS?